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I cannot get my phillips dvd/vhs hooked up, i have direct tv can you help me? thanks Joe

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Ok the DTV box must have connections that first run to the dvd /vhs ( out of outputs on DTV box into the inputs on the dvd/cd player then from the player out to the TV RED/WHITE/YELLOW inputs! make sure your tv and unit are on channel 3
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